Receivers Golden Tate and Doug Baldwin are expected to fully participate in the Seattle Seahawks practice on Wednesday after returning from injuries, head coach Pete Carroll told reporters at a press conference. Tate missed Week 1 against the Arizona Cardinals with a knee injury, while Baldwin underwent dental surgery to repair front teeth that were broken as he dove for a potential touchdown catch at the end of the game.
"His smile looks remarkable," Carroll told the media. "A couple of days ago he looked like a sawtooth guy."
Seattle could use the help. Charly Martin will be out Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys with a bruised lung and veteran Braylon Edwards found himself opposite of Sidney Rice in the starting lineup against the Cardinals.
In place of Tate, Edwards let the receiving group with five catches for 43 yards in Week 1. Baldwin had two catches for just five yards against the Cardinals.